I am not the first person to use The Brain software to aid in mapping historical data, but I am the first person in the world - as far as I know, at least - to incorporate Gematria numbers (and astrological signs, for that matter) as tags to names/entries that I've entered into such a database.
"Gematria originated as an Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of alphanumeric code or cipher later adopted into Jewish culture that assigns numerical value to a word, name, or phrase in the belief that words or phrases with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other or bear some relation to the number itself as it may apply to Nature, a person's age, the calendar year, or the like. A single word can yield multiple values depending on the system used.
Similar systems, some of which were derived from or inspired by Hebrew gematria, have been used in other languages and cultures, i.e. Greek isopsephy, Arabic abjad numerals, and English gematria."
Unlike the cloud-based version of the database where you can't click on the tags, if you download The Brain software from https://www.thebrain.com/ you will be able to use that software to open this BrainZip file and gain access to the ability to click on tags from the bottom right of the screen where the collection of all the tags are located, thereby revealing all other names/entries in the database which also have been tagged with that particular gematria value (or zodiac sign) [and I recommend downloading version 8 of the software instead of the newer versions]. Another method is to simply enter the tag you're looking for into the search box (which you can actually do via the cloud-based version of this as well). Often many of the numbers overlap so the best option is to use the BrainZip file with the actual software as opposed to the cloud-based version which is more crude and does not allow you to manually move around the names that you see in order to temporarily stop the numbers from overlapping. Also, with the downloaded version you can zoom in and out via the mouse-wheel, to accomplish the same clarity.
I should also say that each number I have added as a tag to the database contains the URL pointing to Derek Tikkuri's Gematrinator calculator's number page for that specific number, revealing even more details such as whether or not that number is a prime number, what the number is in Duo, in Octal, etc. For instance, if you click on the 47 tag, you are then one click away from seeing this: http://www.gematrinator.com/calculator/numberProperties.php?Number=47
If you notice any errors or URLs in my database mistakenly pointing to the wrong number, let me know and I'll fix it. Simply email me at email@example.com
This tagging that I've done is still in the early stages and the associations will grow more plentiful as I upload newer BrainZip versions of my growing "History & Gematria" database.
I should also caution not to jump to conclusions when seeing some of the associations. For instance, "God" is 10 in Full Reduction and "Satan" is 10 in Reverse Full Reduction, and there are other instances of this kind of polarity being expressed through the numbers, so it's fair to say a bit of intuition is needed to traverse this territory. Sometimes the meaning of the association is revealed through time and is not always clear at first glance.
It should also be noted that many of the names are tagged with more than one number, indicating numbers derived from multiple gematria ciphers. Hence, when you click on 47, for instance, you're seeing all names that I've found that happen to contain 47 in ANY of the ciphers currently available at the Gematrinator.com calculator. Sometimes that can mean 20 numbers are attached to one word. If you think that 2 words containing matching numbers is more relevant if those numbers are derived from the same cipher, then I encourage you to manually enter the names of the 2 items you're curious about into the Gematrinator calculator. Personally, while I agree that it's more a "direct hit" when finding matches in the same cipher, I still find value in noticing matches across different ciphers, hence my adding as much as I can to this database without getting too messy.
Here is the cloud version (which will likely soon be the newer version, albeit with less functionality as mentioned above): https://webbrain.com/brainpage/brain/C7482FE0-B40F-C850-0254-2472AA9B9B72#-614
Here's the cloud-version presentation of one of the tags, namely "47": https://webbrain.com/u/1Att
Keep in mind with this cloud-version you might not be able to click on the 47 in the center of the screen and have it take you to the associated Gematrinator URL but you can indeed do that with the downloaded version.
I should also say that some of the entries have been tagged with "symmetry" which is my way of saying that the gematria value stemming from this word's Full Reduction matches the gematria value stemming from this word's Reverse Full Reduction, for instance. This applies to any reversal-matches including Sumerian and Reverse Sumerian, etc.
It should also be noted that by default, when you find symmetry in English Ordinal vs Reverse Ordinal, you will also by extension find symmetry in the Sumerian cipher, by virtue of how similar these ciphers are. This tidbit is not clear at first glance when traversing the database and noticing matches. While this makes the fact that there is a match in 2 areas slightly less coincidental, since what was perceived as 2 different areas becomes seen as one area, it still is still nevertheless useful to look at both instances of the symmetry as they are both avenues to compare to other words which also contain those numbers and hence you can find resonance in different areas by pursuing this. In other words, nothing is irrelevant and details always matter.
Finally, the other great thing about the downloaded version is that when looking through the collection of tags there will be a number beside each tag indicating how many items have been connected to that tag. So, for instance, you will find that the tag titled "144" (which is the numerical gematria value of "God Number") presently has 24 items attached to it while the tag titled "47" (which is the numerical gematria value of "Everything") presently has 49 items tagged to it. This is consistent with Zachary K. Hubbard's assertion that 47 is one of the most, if not the most, prominent number he comes across. It seems to be quite a popular number. Again, in my database here many numbers only have one item tagged to them, as this whole thing I'm doing here is still in its infancy, but hopefully as time goes on we will see this thing grow and blossom so we can all explore the "Organic Matrix" together.